Entering 2022, Will Levis was regarded as a Top-3 quarterback prospect with upside, playing at Kentucky is different than Ohio State, and Alabama, I don't need to tell you that. But what everyone wanted to see, was an improvement in multiple facets of the game, including completion percentage, rushing, ability to win and elevate, and for Levis to have less heady mistakes and interceptions. He did very little to improve that stock in 2022, while also aquiring a foot injury that caused him to miss the South Carolina game.
Levis has the strongest arm in the 2023 Class, and it will arguably be top-5 in the nfl in the coming season. But there is a ways to go between now and then, if Will is going to be the top pick in the 2023 draft or have a long career in the NFL. Think of Levis like a Patrick Mahomes or Josh Allen as a prospect, Big Prototypical frame, with above average rushing ability, a cannon for an arm, with tendancies to be eratic. He is far from a Trevor Lawrence level prospect, but Levis is as close to a complete quarteback as we currently have in the 2023 class.